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Numerical listing

Label Number.....Artist - Song Title
(Composer)
Pressing Ref number/s - Location - Date Competed - Time





3031A Tony Martin with the Al Sack Orchestra - Dreamland Rendezvous
(Wolfe Gilbert - Ben Oakland - George Jessel)
4372-2 - April ??, 1946 -
3031B Tony Martin with the Al Sack Orchestra - Gal In Calico
(Arthur Schwartz - Leo Robin)
371=1 - April ??, 1946 -


3042 Tony Martin with the Lyttle Sisters and the Al Sack Orchestra - Guilty
(Gus Kahn - Harry Akst - Richard A. Whiting)
- 465=1 - MER5030 - August 21, 1946 -
3042 Tony Martin with Al Sack's Orchestra - Dreamland Rendezvous
(Wolfe Gilbert - Ben Oakland - George Jessel)
- 372-2 - MER5031 - April ??, 1946 -


5032A Tony Martin with the Lyttle Sisters and the Al Sack Orchestra - Rumors Are Flying
(Bennie Benjamin - George David Weiss)
466=1 - MER3032A - August 21, 1946 - 3:03
5032B Tony Martin with the Lyttle Sisters and the Al Sack Orchestra - And Then It's Heaven
(Edward Seiler - Sol Marcus - Alvin S. Kaufman)
464=4 - MER3032B -August 21, 1946 -


5296 Eddy Howard and His Orchestra - Room Full Of Roses
(Tim Spencer)
2749=2 - PB6046 - BMI - 1949 - 2:35 -
5296 Eddy Howard and His Orchestra - Yes, Yes In Your Eyes
(Cliff Friend - Lester Santly)
2759=2 - ASCAP - 1949 - 2:45 (2:41) -


5316 Frankie Lane with Harry Geller and His Orchestra - I Get Sentimental Over Nothing Carl Fische - piano
(Nat King Cole - Minette Alton)
ME2852=3 - ASCAP - June 9, 1949 - 2:59 (2:58) -
5316 Frankie Lane with Harry Geller and His Orchestra - That Lucky Old Sun Carl Fische - piano and Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires
(Beasley Smith - Haven Gillespie)
ME2855=2 - ASCAP - 2:49 (2:56)
- PB6068 - June 14, 1949 -


5342 Richard Hayes with Mitch Miller and His Orchestra - Open Door, Open Arms
(Buddy Kay - Sundelof Fritz Gustaf)
3057 - ASCAP - 3:00 (2:52) -
5342 Richard Hayes with Mitch Miller and His Orchestra - The Old Master Painter
(Beasley Smith - Haven Gillespie)
3055 - ASCAP - 2:20 (1:52) -


5363 Frankie Laine with Harry Geller and His Orchestra - Cry Of The Wild Goose Piano: Carl Fischer
(Terry Glykerson)
3132=3 - BMI - Released October 3, 1957 - 2:44
5363 Frankie Laine with Harry Geller and His Orchestra - Black Lace Piano: Carl Fischer
(Carl Fischer - Marla Shelton)
3133=3 - ASCAP - 2:50


5424 Muggsy Spanier's Dixielanders - Dixie Flyer
(Walter Melrose)
3373 -
5424 Muggsy Spanier's Dixielanders - Lazy Piano Man
(Floyd Bean)
3374 - 2:41 -


5455 Patti Page with The Harry Geller's Orchestra - All My Love Bolero
(Paul Durand - Mitchell Parish)
3286 - June 16, 1950 - 3:13 -
5455 Patti Page - Roses Remind Me Of You
(Benny Davis - Al Sherman - Joe Burke)
3285 - 2:35 -


5534 Patti Page with Jack Rael Orchestra - Duet Boogie Woogie Santa Claus
(Leon Rene)
3951 Alternate - ASCAP - 2:12
5534 Patti Page with Jack Rael Orchestra - The Tennessee Waltz
(Pee Wee King - Redd Stewart)
3952 - BMI - October 14, 1950 - 3:01


5595 Patti Page with Jack Rael Quintette - I Love You Because
(Leon Cayne)
3954 -
5595 Patti Page with Jack Rael Quintette - Mockin' Bird Hill
(Vaughn Horton)
- 4080 - April 17, 1951 - 2:53 -


5682 Patti Page with Jack Rael Orchestra - Who's Gonna Shoe My Pretty Feet
(Jack Rael)
4402=5 - 2:37 -
5682 Patti Page with Jack Rael Orchestra - - Detour
(Paul Westmoreland)
4400=5 - June 13, 1950 - 2:45 -


6275 Bill Nettle Dixie Blueboys - When Your Own Love Ain't Around
()
2385=1 - April ?, 1949 -
6275 Bill Nettle Dixie Blueboys - Hadacol Bouce
(Bill Nettle) - 7820 - 1949 - 2:58


6305 Basin Street Six - Everybody Loves That Hadacol (Cajun Version) vocal: Pinky Vidacovich
(Andy Lockhart)
7078 - 3:08
6305 Basin Street Six - Everybody Loves That Hadacol (English Version) vocal: Pinky Vidacovich
(Andy Lockhart)
7079 - 3:03


8053A Albert Ammons and His Rhythm Kings - St Louis Blues
(William Christopher Handy)
929=3 - August 6, 1947 - 2:55 -
8053B Albert Ammons and His Rhythm Kings - Shufflin' That Boogie
(H. Young)
930=1 - August 6, 1947 - 3:01 -


11019A Jazz At The Philharmonic - Endido, Part 1
10" - Carnegie Hall, NYC - September 27, 1947
11019B Jazz At The Philharmonic - Endido, Part 4
10" - Carnegie Hall, NYC -September 27, 1947


89000 Series - 10 inch 78 rpm




89000 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Tenderly
(Jack Lawrence - Walter Gross)
C760=4 - San Francisco, CA - March 25, 1952
89000 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - What's I'm Gotchere
(Edith Q. Cue)
C779=1 - San Francisco, CA - July 17, 1952


89001 Illinois Jacquet and His Orchestra - One-Nighter Boogie
(Illinois Jacquet)
YBC-547=4 - New York, NY - May 24, 1951
89001 Illinois Jacquet and His Orchestra - Port Of Rico
(Illinois Jacquet)
YBC-821=3 - New York, NY - July 22, 1952


89002 Billie Holiday - These Foolish Things
(Not Given)
769-3 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952
89002 Billie Holiday and Her Orchestra - I Only Have Eyes For You
(Al Dubin - Harry Warren)
770-3 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952


89003 Billie Holiday - You Turned The Tables On Me
(Not Given)
767-5 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952
89003 Billie Holiday - Easy To Love
(Not Given)
768-1 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952


89004 Billie Holiday - Blue Moon
(Not Given)
765-1 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952
89004 Billie Holiday - You Go To My Head
(Not Given)
766-1 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952


89005 Billie Holiday - East Of The Sun
(Not Given)
764-3 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952
89005 Billie Holiday - Solitude
(Not Given)
771-1 - Hollywood, CA - March 26, 1952


89006 Oscar Peterson - You Go To My Head
(Not Given)
692-2 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952
89006 Oscar Peterson - You Turned The Tables On Me
(Not Given)
695-2 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952


89007 Oscar Peterson - There's A Small Hotel
(Not Given)
694-3 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952
89007 Oscar Peterson - I Can't Get Started With You
(Not Given)
697-2 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952


89008 Oscar Peterson - These Foolish Things
(Not Given)
696-1 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952
89008 Oscar Peterson - East Of The Sun
(Not Given)
699-2 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952


89009 Oscar Peterson - They Can't Take That Away From Me
(Not Given)
693-3 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952
89009 Oscar Peterson - Blue Moon
(Not Given)
698-1 - Los Angeles, CA - January 26, 1952


89010 Nick Esposito - Empty Ballroom Blues
(Not Given)
772-5 - San Francisco, CA - March ??, 1952
89010 Nick Esposito - Love Is Just Around The Corner
(Not Given)
775-5 - San Francisco, CA - March ??, 1952


89011 Johnny Hodges & Al Hibbler - Please
(Not Given)
C780 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1952
89011 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Believe It Beloved
(Not Given)
C781=3 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1952


89012 Anita O'Day - No Soap, No Hop
(Not Given)
814-4 - Chicago, IL - August ??, 1951
89012 Anita O'Day - The Lady Is A Tramp
(Not Given)
816-5 - Chicago, IL - July ??, 1952


89013 Slim Gaillard's Olympic Trackmen - Oh Lady Be Good
(Not Given)
552-1 - New York, NY - May 25, 1951
89013 Slim Gaillard's Olympic Trackmen - For You
(Not Given)
583-2 - New York, NY - August ??, 1951


89014 Count Basie - Hob Nail Boogie
(Not Given)
825-2 - New York, NY - July 22, 1952
89014 Count Basie - Paradise Squat
(Not Given)
827-3 - New York, NY - July 23, 1952


89015 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Durango
(Not Given)
YB853 - New York, NY - July 9, 1952
89015 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Let's Blow The Blues
(Not Given)
YB857 - New York, NY - July 9, 1952


89016 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Fur Trapper's Boogie
(Not Given)
YB858 - July 9, 1952
89016 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Wosie-Posie
(Not Given)
YB862 - New York, NY - July 10, 1952


89017 Lester Young and His Orchestra - Jeepers Creepers
(Harry Warren - Johnny Mercer)
YW434-2 - New York, NY - July ?? 1950
89017 Lester Young and His Orchestra - Little Pee Blues
(Young)
YW488-2 - New York, NY - January 16, 1951


89018 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Duke's Blues part I
(Not Given)
762-3 - San Francisco, CA - March 25, 1952
89018 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Duke's Blues part II
(Not Given)
762-3 - San Francisco, CA - March 25, 1952


89019 Chico O'Farrell - The Peanut Vendor
(Not Given)
636-5 - New York, NY - November 24, 1951
89019 Chico O'Farrell - Malaguena
(Not Given)
638-4 - New York, NY - November 24, 1951


89020
89020


89021 Illinois Jacquet - Lean Baby
(Not Given)
818-3 - New York, NY - July 22, 1952
89021 Illinois Jacquet - The Cool Rage
(Not Given)
820-8 - New York, NY - July 22, 1952


89022 Flip Phillips - Cottontail
(Not Given)
777-13 - Los Angeles, CA - March ??, 1952
89022 Flip Phillips - Blues For The Midgets
(Not Given)
778-2 - Los Angeles, CA - March ??, 1952


89023 Bill Harris Sextet - D'anjou
(Not Given)
650-3 - New York, NY - January 15, 1952
89023 Bill Harris Sextet - Gloomy Sunday
(Not Given)
734-1 - New York, NY - March 19, 1852


89024 Rita Moss - You Never Had It So Good
(Not Given)
1100-7 - New York, NY - December ??, 1952
89024 Rita Moss - When Day Is Done
(Not Given)
1101-6 - New York, NY - December ??, 1952


89025 The Stan Getz Quintet - The Way You Look Tonight
(Dorothy Fields - Jerome Kern)
C959-1 - New York, NY - December 12, 1952
89025 The Stan Getz Quintet - Stars Fell On Alabama
(Mitchell Parish - Frank Perkins)
C962-2 - New York, NY - December 12, 1952


89026 Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Isn't It Romantic?
(Not Given)
871-7 - New York, NY - September 18, 1952
89026 Benny Carter and His Orchestra - Key Largo
(Not Given)
882-7 - New York, NY - September 19, 1952


89027 The Lester Young Quintet - Almost Like Being in Love
(Not Given)
892-3 - New York, NY - August 4, 1952
89027 The Lester Young Quintet - There'll Never Be Another You
(Not Given)
894-1 - New York, NY - August 4, 1952


89028 Al Hibbler with the Count Basie's Orchestra - Sent For You Yesterday And Here You Come Today
(Not Given)
965-4 - New York, NY - December 12, 1952
89028 Al Hibbler with the Count Basie's Orchestra - Goin' To Chicago
(Not Given)
966-1 - New York, NY - December 12, 1952


89029 Teddy Wilson - Darn That Dream
(Not Given)
986-1 - New York, NY - December 16, 1952
89029 Teddy Wilson - Lady Be Good
(Not Given)
988-3 - New York, NY - December 16, 1952


89030 Flip Philips and the Buddy Rich Trio - Carioca
(Not Given)
970-13 - New York, NY - December 14, 1952
89030 Flip Philips and the Buddy Rich Trio - Three Little Words
(Not Given)
971-1 - New York, NY - December 14, 1952


89031 Slim Gaillard - Gomen Nasai (Forgive Me)
(Not Given)
1126-13 - New York, NY - December ??, 1952
89031 Slim Gaillard - Potato Chips
(Not Given)
1127-3 - New York, NY - December ??, 1952


89032 Anita O'Day - Pagan Love Song
(Not Given)
1096-5 - Chicago, IL - December ??, 1952
89032 Anita O'Day - Somebody's Cryin'
(Not Given)
1098-21 - Chicago, IL - December ??, 1952


89033 Count Basie Nonet - I Want A Little Girl
(Not Given)
967-1 - New York, NY - December 13, 1952
89033 Count Basie Nonet - Lady Be Good
(Not Given)
968-6 - New York, NY - December 13, 1952


89034 Paul Williams - Miami Drag
(Not Given)
846-4 - New York, NY - 1952
89034 Paul Williams - Easy Walking
(Not Given)
848-3 - New York, NY - 1952


89035 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Through For The Night
(Trummie Young)
C952 - New York, NY - December 11, 1952
89035 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Latino
(Johnny Hodges)
C955 - New York, NY - December 11, 1952


89036 Illinois Jacquet - Blues In The Night
(Not Given)
1123-3 - New York, NY - December 31, 1952
89036 Illinois Jacquet - What's The Riff?
(Not Given)
1125-3 - New York, NY - December 31, 1952


89037 Billie Holiday - Yesterdays
(Not Given)
842-2 - New York, NY - July 27, 1952
89037 Billie Holiday - Lover Come Back To Me
(Not Given)
840-4 - New York, NY - July 27, 1952


89038 Oscar Peterson - The Man I Love
(Not Given)
903-2 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952
89038 Oscar Peterson - It Ain't Necessarily So
(Not Given)
905-3 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952


89039 Oscar Peterson - Isn't This A Lovely Day?
(Not Given)
909-5 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952
89039 Oscar Peterson - Blue Skies
(Not Given)
927-3 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952


89040 Oscar Peterson - In The Still Of The Night
(Not Given)
922-2 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952
89040 Oscar Peterson - What Is This Called Love
(Not Given)
910-1 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952


89041 Oscar Peterson - Prelude To A Kiss
(Not Given)
931-1 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952
89041 Oscar Peterson - John Hardy's Wife
(Not Given)
936-1 - Los Angeles, CA - December ??, 1952


89042 Stan Getz - Tis Autumn
(Not Given)
958-9 - New York, NY - December 12, 1952
89042 The Stan Getz Quintet - Lover Come Back To Me
(Oscar Hammerstein II - Sigmund Romberg)
YB-C960-3 - New York, NY - December 12, 1952


89043 Teddy Wilson - The One I Love
(Not Given)
985-1 - New York, NY - December 16, 1952
89043 Teddy Wilson - Tea For Two
(Not Given)
987-4 - New York, NY - December 16, 1952


89044 Benny Carter - Street Scene
(Not Given)
938-2 - Hollywood, CA - December 4, 1952
89044 Benny Carter - Pick Yourself Up
(Not Given)
940-12 - Hollywood, CA - December 4, 1952


89045 Lester Young Quartet - I Can't Get Started
(Not Given)
888-2 - New York, NY - August 4, 1952
89045 Lester Young Quartet - The Sunny Side Of The Street
(Not Given)
891-1 - New York, NY - August 4, 1952


89046 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - No Greater Love
(Not Given)
C782 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1952
89046 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - It Must Be True
(Not Given)
C783 - Los Angeles, CA - April 1, 1952


89047 Anita O'Day - Ain't This A Wonderful Day
(Not Given)
1097-6 - Chicago, IL - December ??, 1952
89047 Anita O'Day - Vaya Con Dios
(Not Given)
1099-2 - Chicago, IL - December ??, 1952


89048
89048


89049 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Swingin' Down The Lane
(Not Given)
YB855 - July 9, 1952
89049 Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Rhubarb
(Not Given)
YB859 - July 10, 1952


89050
89050


89051
89051


89052
89052


89053
89053


89054
89054


89055
89055


89056 Roy Eldridge - Dale's Wail
(Not Given)
89056 Roy Eldridge - Love For Sale
(Not Given)



89057 Gene Krupa Sextet - Paradise
(Not Given)
89057 Gene Krupa Sextet - Coronation Hop
(Not Given)



89058 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Come Sunday
(Duke Ellington)
C953=3 - New York, NY - December 11, 1952
89058 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Wham
(Johnny Hodges)
C658=3 - New York, NY - January 13, 1952


89059 Stan Getz Quintet - Have You Met Miss Jones?
(Not Given)
89059 Stan Getz Quintet - Erudition
(Not Given)



89060 Illinois Jacquet - Where Are You
(Not Given)
1124-9 - New York, NY - December 13, 1952
89060 Illinois Jacquet and His Orchestra - Fat Man's Boogie
(Not Given)
1122-10 - New York, NY - December 13, 1952


89061 Count Basie Quintet - Song Of The Island
(Charles E. King)
C969=4 - New York, NY - December 13, 1952
89061 Count Basie Sextet - Royal Garden Blues
(Clara Williams - Spencer Williams)
C984=4 - New York, NY - December 13, 1952


89062 Oscar Peterson Trio - I Can't Give You Anything But Love
(Dorothy Fields - Jimmy McHugh)
C1235
89062


89063 Ben Webster - Cottontail
(Not Given)
1227-9 - New York, NY - April 21, 1953
89063 Ben Webster - Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)
(Not Given)
1228-4 - New York, NY - April 21, 1953


89064
89064


89065
89065


89066
89066


89067
89067


89068
89068


89069
89069


89070
89070


89071
89071


89072
89072


89073
89073


89074
89074


89075
89075


89076
89076


89077
89077


89078
89078


89079
89079


89080
89080


89081
89081


89082
89082


89083
89083


89084 Illinois Jacquet - Mean To Me
(Not Given)
89084 Illinois Jacquet - Sittin' And Rockin'
(Not Given)



89085
89085


89086 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Sheik Of Araby
(Not Given)
C954 - December 11, 1952
89086 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Jappa
(Not Given)
C869 - July 22, 1952


89087
89087


89088
89088


89089 Billie Holiday - My Man
(Not Given)
89089 Billie Holiday - He's Funny That Way
(Not Given)



89090
89090


89091
89091


89092
89092


89093
89093


89094
89094


89095
89095


89096
89096


89097
89097


89098 Johnny Hodges and His Orchestra - Johnny's Blues
(Not Given)
C1318 - September 27, 1953
89098


89099
89099



ARTISTS
ON
Mercury





A

Al Hibbler, Albert Ammons and His Rhythm Kings,





B

Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Count Basie Nonet, Count Basie Quintet, Count Basie Sextet,





C

Benny Carter, Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires,





D





E

Roy Eldridge,





F

Carl Fische,





G

Slim Gaillard's Olympic Trackmen, Harry Geller and His Orchestra, Stan Getz, Stan Getz Quintet,





H

Bill Harris Sextet, Richard Hayes, Al Hibbler, Johnny Hodges, Billie Holiday, Eddy Howard,





I





J

Illinois Jacquet, Jazz At The Philharmonic,





K

Gene Krupa Sextet,





L

Frankie Lane,





M

Tony Martin, Mitch Miller, Rita Moss,





N





O

Anita O'Day, Chico O'Farrell,





P

Oscar Peterson, Oscar Peterson Trio, Flip Philips,





Q





R

Buddy Rich Trio,





S

Al Sack and His Orchestra Lyttle Sisters, Muggsy Spanier's Dixielanders,





T

Ben Webster, Paul Williams, Teddy Wilson,





U





V





W





X





Y

Lester Young Quartet,





Z










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